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Open Park Days

Todds Leap Activity Centre, Ballygawley, County Tyrone, BT70 2BW
Open Park Days


Open Park Days return at Todds Leap with over 15 amazing activities available. Activities are self guided and include: 

Archery, Air Rifles, Big Yella Slide, Blindfold Driving, Bungee Run, Clay Pigeon Shooting (18 +),Climbing Walls, Drop Zone (18+), Giant Swing, High Ropes, Last One Standing, Kick Darts, Rope Bridge, Splatmaster Target Shooting, Truck Run, Zip Lines.

Also includes admission to Granda Bens Ethical Zoo Trail with life sized zoo models, outdoor play trails, rope bridge, picnic area, play park, dinosaurs and fossil pit.

Food Served all Day in Licensed Restaurant

Days out at Todds Leap are all about getting outdoors, spending time with friends and doing something momentous. That’s what makes us a great option for group days out, celebrating special occasions & corporate events.

Todds Leap is an award winning visitor attraction set in the beautiful Tyrone countryside of Ballygawley in the wonderful Clogher Valley, where visitors can Play, Eat & Stay.

We boast a wide range of experiences and adventures, onsite accommodation, a large outdoor courtyard and a licensed restaurant in a converted cosy cottage serving hearty and wholesome locally sourced food.

Our warm & friendly team look forward to welcoming you & ensuring you have the most fun you have ever felt possible in the most UNIQUE of settings.

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Ticket£32.50 per ticket

Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.

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Opening Times

Season (28 July 2024)
Sunday11:00 - 16:00
Season (25 Aug 2024)
Sunday11:00 - 16:00

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